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Question number: 859

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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People who have had their stomachs surgically removed

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Choice (4)Response

a.

still experience hunger.

b.

report they still have hunger pangs.

c.

must be force fed.

d.

will not feel hungry.

Question number: 860

» Personality » Humanistic Approach

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________ theories stress private, subjective experience and personal growth.

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Type

b.

Behavioristic

c.

Psychodynamic

d.

Humanistic

Question number: 861

» Personality » Psychoanalytic Approach

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In Freud’s theory, the part of the personality that helps the individual adapt to external reality by making compromises between the id, the superego, and the environment is the:

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a.

superego

b.

Ego

c.

rationalization

d.

pleasure principle

Question number: 862

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

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Which of the following suggests that an emotion is produced when an event or object is perceived by the thalamus, which conveys this information simultaneously to the cerebral cortex, skeletal muscles, and the autonomic nervous system?

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Cannon-Bard theory

b.

common sense theory

c.

James-Lange theory

d.

opponent-process theory

Question number: 863

» Introduction to Psychology » Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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Why is psychology considered a science?

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a.

It focuses on behavior.

b.

It focuses on observation, drawing conclusions, and prediction.

c.

It focuses on internal mental processes.

d.

It classifies mental disorders.

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